Happening Now: Election Day is Here in Hawai‘i and We’re Following the Latest on Local Races

In Honolulu and across the state, more than 60% of registered voters already sent in their ballots. We’re behind the scenes reporting from the state counting center.


Updated: 9:29 a.m. on Wednesday, November 4


Honolulu Hale Voter Service Center Photo By Robbie Dingeman

City elections officials expect a busy Election Day at the Honolulu Hale Voter Service Center where voters can turn in ballots or vote until 7 p.m. Photo: Robbie Dingeman.



The 2020 Hawai‘i general election already engaged more voters than any other election in the state, with more than half a million ballots turned in by this weekend.


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HONOLULU Magazine will be reporting behind the scenes of this historic election with reports from editor at large and resident political junkie Robbie Dingeman, who’s also serving as an official observer of the state’s elections process. Find the latest on our Twitter @honolulumag.